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Tile Wood-look Flooring Ideas

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Ceramic and porcelain tile that looks like wood is perfect for floors in kitchens, baths, mudrooms and more. Cleanup is easy and the variety of colors and options means you can tailor the floor to perfectly match your room!

Wood tile flooring imitates wood in planks with light, dark or distressed finishes.

What Is Wood-lookTile?

Wood-look ceramic or porcelain tile is made from fired clay and designed to mimic the grain, finishes and plank sizes of hardwood flooring.

Porcelain or ceramic tile floors work well in wet areas such as entries, mudrooms and bathrooms.

Advantages of Wood-look Ceramic and Porcelain Tile Flooring

  • Tile is tough and can hold its own with kids and pets in the house.
  • Tile comes in a wide variety of colors, textures and sizes–including planks for a true wood-floor look.
  • Tile floors work well in damp areas such as entries, kitchens, mudrooms, bathrooms and basements.
  • You can even use tile on a wall as a focal point for a room.
  • Tile is easy to care for—sop up spills with a towel and mop with soapy water—no special cleaners needed.
  • Consider colored grout for even more design options. Tile floors take on different looks depending on whether you use dark or light grout.



Tile planks in wood looks ranging from whitewashed to distressed to blonde to dark finishes.

Tile and Your Budget

  • Tile is a great home investment. Think resale value!
  • Choose ceramic for value; go with porcelain for more durability.
  • Hire an installer, or do it yourself to save money.

Get Inspired with Our Gallery of Wood-look Tile Flooring